GCC bankers discuss monetary union in Qatar

The 35th meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council Central Bank Governors was held in Qatar Sunday to discuss the work of the monetary union technical committee on issues related to the standards of economic performance necessary for the success of a single currency.

Source: The Peninsula

The Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Abdel Rahman bin Hamad Al-Attiyah said the adoption of the economic agreement between GCC countries in 2001 had shifted the cooperation council from the notion

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